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Burning the Future

In Burning the Future: Coal in America, writer/director David Novack examines the explosive forces that have set in motion a groundswell of conflict between the coal industry and residents of West Virginia.

Burning The Future: Coal in America
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WHAT INCENTIVES ARE AVILABLE FROM THE FEDERAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS?
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January 16, 2008
A:In 2005, the Congress passed (and the President signed into law), the Energy Policy Act of 2005 which instituted tax credits for certain energy efficiency and renewable energy applications. These incentives include a production tax credit extension for wind and closed loop biomass, Investment tax credits of 30 percent were passed for the years 2006 and 2007 for solar thermal, photovoltaics, concentrated solar power and fuel cell applications for both residential and commercial applications. Thirty-seven other States have certain incentives including clean energy grant programs, state tax credits, state and county property tax and sales tax waivers, etc. which are updated by your State’s government energy office.
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Programs and Tips

Energy Star is the national program that rates appliances and promotes energy savings activities. Experts at the US Environmental Protection Agency and US Department of Energy have also sorts of programs and tips. Here are three sites: